“…the imposition of the “destructive” and “anti-human” ideology bears resemblance to how the “godless Soviet regime” imposed atheistic communism on the Ukrainian people in the 20th century…”
Archive for 2016
“…Four days after the abortion, I got up to [go to the bathroom] and felt that something was not right inside. When I wiped, I glanced down at the wad of toilet paper in my hand, and saw my 12-week old fetus. Its head was smashed, and it’s eyes were on either side of its head. Its body was attached to the head, and only the right arm and hand remained. I was shocked and horrified by what I saw…”
“…As a detective, I am impressed with cases when they are evidentially diverse. Two witnesses to the same event are better than one. In a similar way, three witnesses are better than two, especially if they agree on their observations in spite of their individual peculiarities or differences. When I have multiple witnesses from diverse ethnic, social, economic or demographic backgrounds and these witnesses generally agree on what they say occurred, I reasonably adopt a higher level of confidence in their testimony…”
The level of hatred fueling many of these campaigns is somewhat ironic for the #LoveWins crowd.
“This debate features Dr. Frank Turek of CrossExamined and Jeffery Jay Lowder, founder of Internet Infidels.
As Dr. Turek has stated, Lowder is a “gentlemen and a scholar.” Further, I would add that he is a breath of fresh air when compared to “new atheists” such as Dawkins and Krauss. Regardless if you agree with his conclusions or not, he will make you think hard about the arguments for and against God’s existence…”
Frank Turek droppin’ science:
“…From my experience, it is impossible to have a healthy gay relationship because it goes against the way God made us to be,” she told LifeSiteNews, calling it “cruel” for any religious leader to look favorable upon such a relationship…”
“…What is this challenge? It is one that Alan Turing, in many ways the progenitor of modern computing, thought about. It states that you cannot write a program to tell if another program will run forever or eventually come to a halt. Turing in 1936 proved that such an algorithm, one that works for all possible programs, cannot exist. Robert Marks explains the thinking behind the proof, connecting it to other undecidable problems known from mathematics (such as Goldbach’s conjecture) and the work of Kurt Gödel (whose incompleteness theorem ruined Alfred North Whitehead and Bertrand Russell’s all-encompassing mathematics project). The big point, however, is that Turing’s proof sets insuperable limits on what algorithmic computers can do…”
Pray for Dr. Moreland!
“…The Royal Society and British Academy recently held a high-profile interdisciplinary conference on ‘New Trends in Evolutionary Biology’. Officially, the event was open to the widest possible range of criticisms of the Neo-Darwinian synthesis. Yet the invitation did not extend to proponents of intelligent design theory who have publicized most of the same criticisms of the synthesis. It would seem that the paradigm shift demanded by advocates of intelligent design would have been a step too far…”
“…And what of the “potential” for cures? After over 30 years, not very many mice have benefited from embryonic stem cell therapy, and to date there is no proven success with human embryonic stem cells. Embryonic stem cells are the least likely type of stem cell to help any patients. Their very nature—a tendency to incessant growth—means that they are much more likely to form a tumor than to form healthy tissue, and so embryonic stem cells risk the life and health of those who are injected with them…”
“…For an hour, we were required to listen to a transgendered employee preach on the progress made by the LGBTQ movement, on the cisnormative culture which ostensibly plagues society, and the fluidity of gender. The lecturer had the audacity to claim that the Positive Space Initiative was meant to foster a healthy and diverse workplace for all views, yet ironically declared that any opposition to the new gender (un)reality would be labelled as hate and improper conduct…”
“…The giant film studios claim the VidAngel’s business model deprives them of revenue by undercutting and disrupting distribution networks. The company counters such claims by saying it merely works under the protection of the Family Movie Act, a 2005 law that specifically allows companies to stream lawfully obtained movies for home viewing with offensive content filtered out. Tiny VidAngel, like David against Goliath, has vowed to appeal the court decision…”
“…The ideas of Mary’s perpetual virginity and her religious role as an intermediary are later developments within the Roman Catholic Church. They are not found in the New Testament. Was the later church influenced by the Isis myth?…”
“…The opening “Toccata and Fugue” segment in Fantasia might be interpreted as man’s attempt to comprehend the universe solely by his own faculties, without recourse to religion. In sharp counterpoint to the perfect order and clarity of J.S. Bach’s Reformation-inspired music, the images on screen are indistinct, ambiguous, and abstract. The message is striking: Man cannot comprehend the cosmos relying solely on himself. He must reach beyond himself in order to understand the world that he inhabits…”
“…So, why would atheists begin to try and change the meaning of agnosticism and atheism to be somehow compatible? What is the advantage? Simply put, the so-called agnostic atheists don’t want to bear the burden of proving what they believe. By claiming that they believe in no God but they don’t know whether or not He exists, they think they have removed themselves from having to justify their non-belief. “I can lack a belief in God, but I don’t claim to have any knowledge of a god or Gods’ existence” is the way many would frame it…”
“…Then came what Rick calls the most pivotal moment of his life: “They have those gloves where you reach in and you can touch your child,” he said. “I put my index finger in, because she was so small, and rested it in her open hand.”
“Immediately she closed her hand around my finger, as if to tell me ‘I’m here daddy, and I’m okay.'”
Today, whenever Rick drops her off for school, Heather turns puts his index finger in her hand and closes it.
Rick says that’s something they’ll do for the rest of their lives…”
“…His father was a Lutheran pastor whose belief was purely outward in appearance. His mother was a medium who was visited by spirits late at night. His maternal grandfather was an occultist and his grandmother a seer. Jung came to reject Christ in his youth and shortly after began his inward journey. Jung eventually filled the spiritual void with the occult and began communicating with a spirit guide named Philemon. Philemon was a “pagan” old man with the horns of the bull and the wings of a bird. Over time Philemon began to address Jung as “Christ”. This began his many paranormal experiences that led to his spirit guide introducing him to Abraxas, the devil god of Gnosticism. (Jung, Red Book, 205)…”
“…I first examined the road map as a Gang Detail police officer in the late 1990s. I spent two years working in this unit, talking to gangsters in southwest Los Angeles County and investigating their crimes. I had two boys of my own at the time; I desperately wanted to understand why young men got involved in gangs so I could make sure mine did not…”
Famous Cosmologist Roger Penrose is known for the Conformal Cyclic Cosmology model. Dr. Craig defines it and interacts.
I don’t necessarily agree with all of this, but it’s interesting:
“…What broke the ice? What made me consider God’s existence a real possibility? The Lord of the Rings. I was a young teenager when I first read the Tolkien tomes, and it immediately captivated me. The fantasy world of Middle-Earth oozes life and profundity. The cultures of the various peoples are organic, rooted in tradition while maintaining a fresh, living energy. Mountains and forests have personalities, and the relationship between people and earth is marked by stewardship and intimacy. Creation knowing creation. Tolkien describes these things with beautiful prose that reads like its half poetry and half medieval history…”
“…This shocking excerpt from then Attorney General Pryor’s questioning of Judge Moore reveals on which side Judge Pryor would rule when confronted with a tyrannical court bent on trampling upon the religious liberty of Americans:…”
“…My mum got pregnant with me when she was 17 and had me when she was 18,” Scherzinger admitted. “She chose.” She credited her grandparents for her birth. “Her parents were never going to let her have an abortion,” Scherzinger said of her mother. “So I came out, so I just want to you know encourage everybody to keep your babies.” Her family as a whole, she stressed, stands against abortion…”
A debate between C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien on whether or not myths are lies. This debate was ultimately instrumental in C.S. Lewis’s conversion to Christianity:
a debate between C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien on whether or not myths are lies. This debate was ultimately instrumental in C.S. Lewis’s conversion to Christianity.
“…Han Solo is discussing with Finn and Rey the status of Luke Skywalker and speculating why he disappeared-Finn: Do you know what happened to him?Han Solo: A lot of rumors. Stories. People that knew him best think he went looking for the first Jedi temple.Rey: The Jedi were real?Han Solo: I used to wonder about that myself. Thought it was a bunch of mumbo-jumbo. A magical power holding together good and evil, the dark side and the light. Crazy thing is… it’s true. The Force. The Jedi… All of it… It’s all true. 1…”
“…In Iowa, Planned Parenthood comes in a multitude of forms and disguises. At first, it was Planned Parenthood. Then it became known as PP. After the release of the undercover videos showing the sale of baby body parts, it conveniently began hiding behind the acronym TPPI (Teen Pregnancy Prevention Initiative)….”
J. Warner Wallace is interviewed by Lee Strobel and describes some of his journey from skepticism to faith. Can a proper understanding of the “standard of proof” help someone overcome their skepticism?
“…always being prepared to make a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you; yet do it with gentleness and respect,” (1 Peter 3:15, ESV)…”
“…Governor Kasich has long touted his pro-life credentials — and still does, even in the face of vetoing major pro-life legislation that could potentially have saved the lives of tens of thousands of Ohio’s unborn babies. Life Issues Institute opposes this veto and is saddened to see our state’s leading executive engage his veto pen to stop life-saving legislation in its tracks…”
“…This is what you have to believe to not believe in intelligent design: that the origin and evolution of life, and the evolution of human consciousness and intelligence, are due entirely to a few unintelligent forces of physics. Thus you must believe that a few unintelligent forces of physics alone could have rearranged the fundamental particles of physics into computers and science texts and jet airplanes…”
“…Nobody has a mother or a father, according to a certain Bill 28 recently passed in the legislature of Ontario, Canada. Got that? The law’s official title is: “An Act to amend the Children’s Law Reform Act, the Vital Statistics Act and various other Acts respecting parentage and related registrations.”
Basically, the law scrubs the words “mother” and “father” from documents, and replaces them with the neutered term “parent.” The law also raises the number of legal parents to as many as four per child. In other words, the government of Ontario will cease to legally recognize the natural origins of any of its citizens…”
‘In order to produce a universe resembling the one in which we live, the Creator would have to aim for an absurdly tiny volume of the phase space of possible universes’ (Penrose 1989, p. 343).
“…David Wood of Acts17 Apologetics has shared this excellent video of Greg Koukl of Stand to Reason explaining “The Columbo Tactic.” I can tell you from experience that this is one of the most effective conversation strategies I have ever learned. Furthermore, Koukl’s book Tactics transformed how I share my faith with others. I highly recommend both the video and the book!…”
In theaters April 7, 2017:
In theaters April 7, 2017.
Two new bombshells have exploded the LGBT movement’s myths, and now they’re going for the jugular.
I no longer respect the PC clowns at NASA and JPL.
“…On this and future episodes of ID the Future, we tell what happened to David Coppedge, a long-time employee of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab in Southern California.Coppedge had his world turned upside down when his supervisor discovered his support for intelligent design. Now, Coppedge goes on the record to reveal the details of his story…”
“…In the last five years, how many people reading this article have more than doubled their salaries (at the same job, with a situation of drastically declining services and customers)? That’s exactly what has happened for abortion mogul Cecile Richards. Despite a massive drop in Planned Parenthood’s patients (3 million in 2010 to 2.5 million in 2014), Richards got a massive raise! Despite huge declines in real medical services, she gets a huge 228% increase in her annual salary…”
“…The scandal of the evangelical mind is that there is not much of an evangelical mind.”—Mark Noll“
. . . the Christian Mind has succumbed to the secular drift with a degree of weakness unmatched in Christian History.”—Harry Blamires
“The contemporary Christian mind is starved, and as a result we have small, impoverished souls.”—J. P. Moreland
“Our churches are filled with Christians who are idling in intellectual neutral. As Christians, their minds are going to waste. One result of this is an immature, superficial faith. People who simply ride the roller coaster of emotional experience are cheating themselves out of a deeper and richer Christian faith by neglecting the intellectual side of that faith.”—William Lane Craig…”
“…University officials told members of the Turning Point USA chapter at the school that they couldn’t talk to other students about the First Amendment and have them write messages on a large beach ball dubbed a “free speech ball” because the members weren’t standing in one of the two zones. Campus police and administrators told the students they would be arrested for trespassing if they didn’t cease their expressive activities…”
“…Ohio Gov. John Kasich signed the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act this afternoon, enshrining protections for preborn children from 20-weeks gestation.
At the same time, he vetoed the “Heartbeat Bill,” which would have protected children in the womb much earlier, as soon as their heartbeat can be detected…”
Notice that these words were written between about 1400 BC and 400 BC. The question is: How did these Old Testament authors get this “inside information” on a person who would be born 1400-400 year later? Was something cosmic afoot?
“Those who hate me without cause are more numerous than the hairs of my head”(Ps 69: 4). “The kings of the earth take their stand and the rulers conspire together against the Lord and His Anointed One”(Ps 2: 2). “Even my friend in whom I trusted, one who ate my bread, has lifted up his heel against me”(Ps 41: 9). “Strike the shepherd, and the sheep will be scattered”(Zch 13: 7). “Then I said to them, ‘If it seems right to you, give me my wages; but if not, keep them.’So they weighed my wages, 30 pieces of silver. ‘Throw it to the potter,’the Lord said to me—this magnificent price I was valued by them. So I took the 30 pieces of silver and threw it into the house of the Lord, to the potter”(Zch 11: 12-13). “They are striking the judge of Israel on the cheek with a rod”(Mc 5: 1). “I gave My back to those who beat Me, and My cheeks to those who tore out My beard. I did not hide My face from scorn and spitting”(Is 50: 6). “They pierced my hands and my feet”(Ps 22: 16). “My God, my God, why have You forsaken me?”(Ps 22: 1). “Everyone who sees me mocks me; they sneer and shake their heads: ‘He relies on the Lord; let Him rescue him; let the Lord deliver him, since He takes pleasure in him’”(Ps 22: 7-8). “They gave me gall for my food, and for my thirst they gave me vinegar to drink”(Ps 69: 21). “I am poured out like water, and all my bones are disjointed; my heart is like wax, melting within me”(Ps 22: 14). “Yet He Himself bore our sicknesses, and He carried our pains; but we in turn regarded Him stricken, struck down by God, and afflicted”(Is 53: 4). “He was oppressed and afflicted, yet He did not open His mouth. Like a lamb led to the slaughter and like a sheep silent before her shearers, He did not open His mouth”(Is 53: 7). “They divided my garments among themselves, and they cast lots for my clothing”(Ps 22: 18). “He submitted Himself to death”(Is 53: 12). “He bore the sin of many and interceded for the rebels”(Is 53: 12). “You may not break any of its bones”(Ex 12: 46). “He protects all his bones; not one of them is broken”(Ps 34: 20). “They will look at Me whom they pierced”(Zch 12: 10). “They made His grave with the wicked, and with a rich man at His death, although He had done no violence and had not spoken deceitfully”(Is 53: 9). “For You will not abandon me to Sheol; You will not allow Your Faithful One to see the Pit”(Ps 16: 10). “You ascended to the heights, taking away captives; You received gifts from people, even from the rebellious, so that the Lord God might live there”(Ps 68: 18). “The Lord declared to my Lord: ‘Sit at My right hand until I make Your enemies Your footstool’”(Ps 110: 1).
Compiled by D. James Kennedy
“…a nationwide poll taken Election Day by The polling company, inc./WomanTrend for the Susan B. Anthony List found almost two-thirds support for the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act—well more than double those who opposed: 64% to 28%…”
“…Let’s spell out the danger: It is okay to talk about design in nature as long as we are referring to human artifacts (because ‘humans are not special, evolved so as to be unable to understand reality, and consciousness is an illusion’).
The question of how all that information got built up somehow is circumvented by assuming that we would not know if there was information anyway. That is the message of naturalism: Not that the evidence supports it but that we can’t know. Which means evidence does not matter.
The conflict between fine-tuning and the multiverse turns precisely on that point: The multiverse is an attempt to circumvent the evidence for fine-tuning on principle because the evidence does not matter…”
“…John frequently described Jesus as someone who offered the evidence of his miraculous power to demonstrate His Deity. In fact, the passage describing Thomas’ doubt is also an affirmation of an evidential faith, if it is read in its entirety:..”
“…The excuses that spew out of the mouths of God’s people are deplorable. To think that a people who have heard the Gospel of Christ and been set free by the sacrifice of his death and resurrection, could ignore the cries of the most vulnerable, is simply mind-boggling…”
“…The French Senate today adopted a bill criminalizing the posting of pro-life information online, a measure that was passed by the French National Assembly just last week. Violators face a maximum of two years in prison and over $30,000 in fines. The measure makes it a crime for pro-life individuals or activists to obstruct a woman’s lawful decision to have an abortion, or to cause her guilt after the fact….[T]he bill defines obstruction not only as the physical effort to block an abortion clinic, for example, but also “psychological obstacles…”…[M]any analysts agree that the bill will be interpreted to criminalize any person or website that posts information regarding alternatives to abortion, or even that espouses the Christian belief that the church considers abortion to be immoral. [Emphasis added.]…”
“…Tell me, atheist, what evidence to you have for a godless universe? Tell me, again, how you appeal to science—the study of order, repeatability, and structure—to draw the conclusion of evolution—random, non-repeated, mutations. Your worldview is hypocrisy…”
“…Two of the three commission members on the panel were publicly involved in gay activism and/or were openly homosexual, according to Walder. “The fix was in from the get-go,” Walder said. He plans to appeal to the full commission. The small business owner told The Christian Post that “to host gay marriage” violates his “sincerely-held Biblical belief that marriage is between one man and one woman…”
“…D.M. Murdock had an article published in the Examiner titled “Top 10 Myths About the Religion of Zeitgeist.” These are ten responses to the Jesus myth that she thinks are false. I would like to respond briefly to each of the ten myths…”
“…Treadwell Toy was diagnosed with fibromyalgia at a young age, and during a particularly long flare-up of the disease, she began reading The One Year Bible. Through this process she caught the vision for “Sing Through the Bible.” She dreamed of kids on their way to school listening to Bible songs, memorizing Scripture as easily as they learned songs on the radio or from their favorite television show. She wanted to create something that would make family devotionals easier and more exciting…”
“…On this edition of “The Exchange, ” Murray shares the key evidence that convinced him to abandon Islam and embrace the God of the Bible.Murray also explains the following acronym he and a friend developed to explain the evidence for Jesus’ resurrection. It is as follows:…”
“…The doctors are challenging the CPSO policy forcing them to refer patients who request “medical services” to which they are morally opposed — notably abortion, abortifacient contraception, and euthanasia — to non-objecting, accessible colleagues…”
“…What I want, pastor, is to be freed from these sins. I do not want to be made more comfortable in them. Or perhaps on some level I do want to be made comfortable in them. Maybe I would like someone to pat me on the back and say, “Everything about you is wonderful and you’ll go to Heaven no matter what you do because you’re a perfect angel.” I admit I find that fantasy quite appealing. But I know that it is just that — a fantasy. A fiction. A story whispered in our ears not by Christ but by Satan…”
Over the past few decades, America has been invaded by an invisible army of ten million men — mouth-breathing “gamers” stewing in their own juices, and producing nothing but copious amounts of methane.
“…The federally run Open Payments database compiles payment records from nearly 1,500 companies, 1,110 teaching hospitals, and 618,000 physicians. It was created alongside the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare). The provision called the Physicians Payment Sunshine Act requires pharmaceutical companies making products covered by the government healthcare programs such as Medicare and Medicaid to gather all financial relationships with physicians and teaching hospitals…”
“…Because Jesus is the Logos, it shouldn’t surprise anyone that Jesus used logic in his efforts to evangelize others. Jesus’ aim in utilizing logic is not to win battles, but to impart understanding or insight in the minds and hearts of his audience. Dallas Willard writes: (Jesus) typically aims at real inward change of view that would enable his hearers to become significantly different as people through the workings of their own intellect. They will have, unless they are strongly resistant to the point of blindness, the famous ‘eureka’ experience, not the experience of being outdone or beaten down.3
We read of clear examples of this in scripture, such as Jesus’ interaction with the woman at the well in John 4 and the different exchanges with both the Pharisees and the Sadducees in Matthew 22…”
“…Prior to this study, our understanding of embryology has largely been spread across text books – some published as long ago as 1910.Most diagrams in said textbooks are from the 1930s, de Bakker explained.In fact, any updated images tend to be the same diagram, just with a few tweaks.And many illustrations are in fact of mouse or chick embryos…”
“…In other words, is evolution falsifiable? Or as Dr. Axe puts it, “Is it possible to use science to show that something can’t happen? I would say yes.” “Can’t happen,” in other words, never happen. Fox’s reply, in brief: “Never say never, as they say.” That’s a telling response in a fascinating conversation…”
“…We easily pick up on when others seek a profit to something. We’ve grown up in the culture that always tries to sell us something. We’ve grown up in the environment that tells us that meaning is found in ourselves. But what we want is the community that tells us and shows us differently—that meaning is found in living for God and for others…”
“…Step One: A snazzy entrepreneur wants to make a lot of money. Said snazzy entrepreneur tells two little old ladies that if they sell his “Wow-What-A-Sham 3000,” they can make some dough to pay off their cat-sitting bills. That will cost them a startup investment of $401.76. And yes, Wow-What-A-Sham 3000 is a gimmick. But that’s okay, it’s not really about selling the product anyway; it’s about recruiting more salespeople…”
“…On Tuesday afternoon, CNN Newsroom expressed discomfort and promptly went into spin mode for Planned Parenthood as host Brooke Baldwin and two panelists shouted down Trump supporter Steve Cortes for alluding to the Planned Parenthood baby parts scandal and expressing support for the Republican push to defund the abortion provider under President-elect Donald Trump’s administration…”
“…So perhaps the question should really be: If God can see the future then isn’t the future determined? The answer is no for a couple of reasons…”
It depends on how His knowledge is informed. If by Middle Knowledge, then freedom is kept 100%.
“…I’ve heard plenty of Christians try to answer the why question by going back to the what. “You have to believe because Jesus is the Son of God.” But that’s answering the why with more what. Increasingly we live in a time in which you can’t avoid the why question. Just giving the what (for example, a vivid gospel presentation) worked in the days when the cultural institutions created an environment in which Christianity just felt true or at least honorable…”
“…In The Grand Design, the authors use John Conway’s Game of Life as their example of how a simple set of laws can lead to new patterns that weren’t originally anticipated3. Hawking and Mlodinow extrapolates this into how all matter interacts and says we are the result of the same kind of new, surprising patterns. But the same problem applies. Conway’s rules are just fine, but if there is no grid of squares and there are no lights to “live” or “die” as his rules define, then the game never gets off the ground. There’s nothing to blink, so no new shapes appear. Of course, beyond even these problems, there’s still one additional question that hasn’t been answered. We know that Conway wrote the rules to his Game of Life, but who wrote the Law of Gravity?…”
“…While black women make up only six percent of the U.S. population, they account for 35 percent of abortions reported…”
“…God’s Crime Scene examines 8 different pieces of evidence in the universe. Can this evidence be explained by natural “internal” forces, or is an external “intruder” a better explanation? I read over 130 books to write God’s Crime Scene, and the book contains an “Expert Witness” section listing some of them. This section provides readers with three experts who try to explain the evidence from “inside the room” and three who explain the evidence from “outside the room”. In this post, I’ve listed the theistic authors who make the case for God’s existence from “inside the room,” using each category of evidence. These books (organized by chapters from God’s Crime Scene) are worth your time and should be part of any Christian Case Maker’s collection:..”
“This isn’t HGTV’s fault,” said Jason Benham. “They’re getting pushed into this and bullied into this and we know what those conversations are like when HG has to call and say, ‘hey Chip, Joanna, we got a problem. Cosmo and Buzzfeed are coming at you guys.'”
All sin is the same in one sense — that they are enough to destroy perfection — but…
“…the Bible differentiates between sins. Some sins are more severe in terms of impact (1 Cor 6:18), in terms of culpability (Rom 1:21-32), and in terms of the judgment warranted (2 Pet 2:17; Mark 9:42; James 3:1).
Again, the Westminster Larger Catechism 150 agrees:
Q. Are all transgressions of the law of God equally heinous in themselves, and in the sight of God?
A. All transgressions of the law of God are not equally heinous, but some sins in themselves, and by reason of several aggravations, are more heinous in the sight of God than others…”
“…When Martha complained that Mary was a slacker for not helping prepare the meal, Jesus praised Mary for listening to his teaching. Though he likely appreciated Martha’s efforts in the kitchen, we can reasonably infer that he affirmed Mary’s intellectual curiosity and commitment to pursuit of truth…”
“…After seeing the videos, Esther still did not want to be pregnant, as her situation was complicated. She thought, cried, and prayed. And then Esther came back to Her Choice Birmingham for an ultrasound — the most powerful image a pregnant mother can see — and decided she needed to choose life for her baby…”
“A stranded Iranian woman cries as she embraces a colleague who just had his mouth sewed shut during a protest at the Greek-Macedonian border near the Greek village of Idomeni…”
“…A physics professor at the University of Oklahoma who often spends his time studying smashed subatomic particles at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN laboratory in Switzerland has another hobby – smashing the notion that all scientists believe the universe was created by some sort of cosmic accident…”
“…You can hardly even call this a slap on the wrist,” said Jack Fonseca of the Campaign Life Coalition. “The same excuses used to justify abortion are now being applied to justify the murder of children after birth. I think it can be argued that this judge is decriminalizing child murder through the back door, by precedent…”
“…The other day I listed 50 facts and features of reality that Christianity explains better than any other worldview I know of. Every worldview has a way of explaining these 50 things, but only Christianity does so without having to force-fit these facts into its philosophy. Other worldviews take one or more of them to be unreal in some sense; only Christianity takes their reality seriously…”
“Editor’s note: The following was published in the New York Times on February 7, 2005. In celebration of the 20th anniversary of biochemist Michael Behe’s pathbreaking book Darwin’s Black Box and the release of the new documentary Revolutionary: Michael Behe and the Mystery of Molecular Machines, we are highlighting some of Behe’s “greatest hits.”
“…Our #AnywhereButTARGET campaign has been so effective that at 9:00 a.m. this Thanksgiving morning our Minneapolis-based web host (Leadpages) unfortunately SHUT US DOWN for being ‘hateful’ and discriminatory’ to try to stop this movement!” stated Lance Wray, Executive Director of 2ndVote, the organization behind the website, in a press release…”
In this video, Nabeel answers Daniel’s question: “Nabeel, what was the strongest argument against Islam you’ve heard during the time you were a Muslim?”